Blâmont is a small village in Meurthe-et-Moselle in Northeastern France. I don’t really know anything about it, except that my grandfather’s cousin stopped there at some point during World War One and sent that postcard to his family. (trying to find a similar contemporary view on the village […]


    Vers is an incredibly cute little village in the Lot valley (actually the river is right behind me). There is nothing special to visit there, just a very beautiful village in a very beautiful region that I miss dearly.    

Vers, in the Lot

  Collonges-la-rouge is a small village in the Corrèze department, not too far from Rocamadour. It’s famous for being built (at least its historical center) entirely in red sandstone:         It is obviously part of the “Most beautiful villages in France” and I obviously warmly advise you […]


    Martel, in the Lot department, is one of those many villages that I dearly miss having been away from France for so long now. Note that Martel has a very interesting “skyline” with seven medieval towers that can be seen from the distance. Can you see them?   […]